As part of our efforts to digitize photographic & moving image records related to Globe War I'm will and Globe War II, we recently digitized a series of British Photographs from Globe War I’m (1914-1918) & made them available in our online catalog.
This series of photographs taken by British photographers depicts the military activities & personnel of several nations during Worldwide War I’m, & includes subjects such as major military campaigns of the war showing the marching of troops, living conditions in the trenches, transportation & communication problems, food supply movement, human misery behind battlefield experiences, as well as the homefront commitment.
These public domain records are being digitized through a gift to the National Archives Trust Fund with the goal of making them more accessible for everyone to use, from teachers & local community groups, to museums & filmmakers.
Some highlights include:
A.S.C. Women at Work. National Archives Identifier 16577208
The irrepressible Australians at Anzac. An Australian bringing in a wounded comrade to hospital, circa 1915. National Archives Identifier 533106
King George of England visits American Cemetery near St. Quentin Canal, France. National Archives Identifier 16576501